Infectious Disease in Manned Spaceflight: Probabilities and Countermeasures
National Research Council (U.S.). Space Science Board, National Research Council (U.S.). Panel on Microbiological Problems of Manned Space Flights
National Academy of Sciences, 1970 - Communicable diseases - 211 pages
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